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H2020 FET Open: SUPREME (Muones para exploración subterránea)

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDIL20161227001
Publicado:
30/12/2016
Caducidad:
30/12/2017
Resumen:
Una pyme israelí, líder en suministrar tecnologías innovadoras de detección de muones de rayos cósmicos, busca socios con el fin de completar una propuesta para desarrollar y probar tecnologías de detección de muones en exploración de minerales. La empresa ofrece una tecnología avanzada y ecológica de detección pasiva y experiencia adaptada a soluciones de imagen de muones: vehículos y contenedores de transporte, exploración minera subterránea (minerales) y grandes objetos geológicos o civiles. La fecha límite de la convocatoria es el 17 de enero de 2017 y el plazo para presentar expresiones de interés finaliza el 12 de enero.

Details

Tittle:
H2020 FET Open: SUPREME (Under-Ground Exploration Muon)
Summary:
Israeli R-Y-D oriented SME and leading provider of an innovative Cosmic Ray Muons Detection Technologies is looking for partners to complete a proposal to develop and demonstrate muon detector technologies for mineral exploration. The company offers its cutting edge eco-green and passive detection technology and expertise tailored for variety of muon imaging solutions (1) Shipping containers and vehicles (2) Underground mining exploration (e.g. minerals) (3) Large geological or civil objects.
Description:
SUPREME project plans to develop new concepts and perform research activities to create a new innovative technology of "Underground mapping using Cosmic Rays muons". The new technology shall perform mapping of underground soil densities using muons . The maps can then be used to extract information on the depths of changes in geological layers such as cavities or ore deposits. It is expected that using cosmic rays muons will perform much more efficient than other currently used techniques and sensors for underground exploration.
Deadline for the call : 17 Jan 2017
Deadline for EOIs : 12 Jan 2017
FET Open framework conditions : no maximum number of partners from at least 3 countries
Budget expected : around 3 M-Y-euro;
Advantages and Innovations:
The research is interdisciplinary involving:
· Cosmic muons ray muons characteristics at underground layers - The research will include modeling, simulations and testing of muons characteristics (e.g. penetration, energy spectrum, etc.) versus depths and variety of underground layers.
· High efficient muon detector cylindrically shaped - Gas based particle detectors are well known at the research industry, but as of today they operate at sterile environment, not require fitting to a specific form factor and not in use at commercial applications. The research will investigate the topology and concept of cylindrically shaped to maximize the efficiency given underground mapping requirements and limitations such as temperate, humidity, borehole diameter, etc.
· Geological Study, modeling and analysis - The research will study the underground structure and its impact on muons particles. Specifically will investigate models for mineral and civil layers and anomalies. Actual tests will be performed at underground sites to verify the modeling and for muon data analysis.
· Enhanced underground mapping using data fusion - The research will investigate enhanced algorithm for underground mapping by fusion of muon data together with GPR (ground penetration radio) data or with other borehole sensor data (gravity).
· Gas technologies -One of the important parts is the gas system that its purity is necessary for long term operation of the detector. Today all the gas detectors uses ongoing flushing in order to clean the contaminations and outgassing from the inner parts of the detectors. The target is to investigate a new concept to enable long term operation of the detector (e.g. one year) without need for maintenance of the gas system.
Stage of Development:
Concept stage
IPR Status:
Patent(s) applied for but not yet granted

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
Supreme is looking for partners to join FET Open under the H2020 program: · Geological Study, modeling and analysis - The research will study the underground structure and its impact on muons particles. Specifically will investigate models for mineral and civil layers and anomalies. Actual tests will be performed at underground sites to verify the modeling and for muon data analysis. · Enhanced underground mapping using data fusion - The research will investigate enhanced algorithm for underground mapping by fusion of muon data together with GPR (ground penetration radio) data or with other borehole sensor data (gravity). · Gas technologies -One of the important parts is the gas system that its purity is necessary for long term operation of the detector. Today all the gas detectors uses ongoing flushing in order to clean the contaminations and outgassing from the inner parts of the detectors. The target is to investigate a new concept to enable long term operation of the detector (e.g. one year) without need for maintenance of the gas system.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
Industry SME 11-49
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English

Dissemination

Programme-call

Evaluation Scheme:
No maximum number of partners
Anticipated Project Budget:
2 to 3 Million Euros
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
17/01/2017
Project Duration:
156